Here's an odd request, not sure where it fits, but figure it vaguely links to steam era... I am drawing up plans for a workshop in my garden. I want to do the front face in old common imperial bricks, of which I have retrieved and cleaned up about 1500 from various skips. I want it to look, at least to the casual observer, like it might have been there since Victorian times. I have mostly red common bricks, but have a good few engineers blues, and some white/cream bricks. I want to use these to put in some diapering patterns. Obviously they're only commons, not facing bricks, but I think I could get a reasonable effect with them. I'll probably do the bargeboards with a little ornamentation, and maybe arch the door and window tops. A drawing of the outline is attached, dimensions in millimetres. For those viewing in black and white, it will be 13ft at the roof peak, 8ft at the eaves,16ft wide. So, the point of my post. Does anyone have any photos of small, red brick built buildings, either railway works or other industrial, with features that might be interesting to include? Living in Derby, Midland railway buildings would be ideal. In short, I'm looking for: Small Victorian/Edwardian industrial buildings Built from rough commons, not facing bricks Brick patterns/diapering/other interesting things.